Definition of successful in English:


Line breaks: suc¦cess|ful
Pronunciation: /səkˈsɛsfʊl
, -f(ə)l/




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  • If the champions are to defend their title successfully then there can be simply no more days like these.
  • From here on the occupation can go one of two ways - successfully or unsuccessfully.
  • However, the match was successfully turned on its head within six astonishing overs.


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  • To ensure the successfulness of landing operations the armed forces, and the US Navy in particular, began creating new units that could handle specific dangerous tasks that no one else could complete.
  • Interviewers also asked parents to rate the degree of suffering as a result of each symptom, whether the child received treatment for the symptom, and, if so, the successfulness of the treatment.
  • Both employee and employer safety attitudes can determine the successfulness of a program.

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